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'67 Coronet 440 My '67 Coronet 440 with a 5.7 Hemi. Still working on it.
Very nice great looking car good luck and enjoy Sir & thanks for sharing with all of us..
That will be a tough looking Coronet. Nice stance. ^^^
We are trying to get ours down the home stretch.... Where we started and just a few days ago
my 66 belvedere heres my 66 belvedere, 83000 mile survivor 318 auto. citron gold
WOW your doing a great job that is going to look killer. - - - Updated - - - WOW that is a super clean ride to man all you guys fixing up some nice rides or finding a killer ride in great condition thanks for showing off the cars keep us posted.. Thanks Mark 67coronetman
Hi, looks nice,what did you use for wheel and tire sizes to get that look? Offsets?
Just posted pictures of my 66 Belvedere II***can see in gallery on forum
Thanks, tires are 235/70/15 front and back. just played around with the torsion bars to give it the look
Someone just posted this on a facebook page for one of the 'cruises' here in Finland. The Helsinki "Stadin Cruising" night. He shot a photo of me driving in to the meet while he was on the bus! Cool!
awesome thanks for sharing .... Nice car.
Out for a ride in the '67 last night.....
Nice clean ride i bet it was a great night to be out enjoying the mopar.
3 more taken by other people..obviously..Since I'm driving! ;)
I have seen that American muscle cars are very popular oversees its nice to see you all enjoying a time in american history that will never see again like it was back then.
I love the way you did away with the grille surrounds and molded the bumper in! Did you do that with fiberglass?
Gotta agree with kb67mopar! More pics of the grille if you could.
I would have to say those are fiberglass Fenders,Bumpers,& a Hood right.
Very nice ride enjoy and thanks again for sharing with all of us...